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a thrilling story out of a spy novel itself. and it seemed like the priority here was u.s./russia relations. the question outstanding is what kind of threat does russia pose with its espionage against the united states? >> let's step back for a second and understand that i think this is a great credit to our law enforcement. we made arrests, law enforcement community made arrests. these individuals have been monitored for quite some time. they tried but they never got classified information and intelligence. and now they've left the country, which again is a big win for our law enforcement community. i set that aside. i think our relationship with russia is no doubt improving if you look at where it was just a few years ago. the economic discussions that were had recently and progress made in reducing nuclear weapons and hopefully we'll get a treaty through senate this summer that will further reduce nuclear weapons means our security is stronger and safer and our relationship is stronger. >> more broadly on foreign policy. i can remember back two years ago as you can july of 2008 the presi
that help export u.s. jobs overseas. we want to shut those loopholes. they fear all this and they see what they're going to get if you had, you know, republicans in charge is that economic agenda, and they can't answer that basic question. what are you going to get that's different? >> well, senator, what does distinguish the republican party of today from the republican party under president bush's rule with regard to spending, which is where it got out of control under republican rule, that now conservatives are so excited about? >> let's look at a few facts. thank you for the opportunity because i want to respond to what chris said. you know, in the last year that president bush was in office, 2008, the deficit was 3.2% of the gross domestic product. today it's 10%. we just hit the $13 trillion cap on national debt, 2.3 trillion since obama -- >> the president of the united states was george bush when they had a huge t.a.r.p. which was to bail out the banks. that's what run up the debt as well. you're saying the republicans -- >> you're ignoring the stimulus that failed according to the
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